Fractional Lasers

Microbeams of light and you look better than ever.

Fractional Lasers feature skin resurfacing technology designed to accomplish the following:

  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improvement of deeper wrinkles
  • Repair of sun damaged skin on the face, neck, hands
  • Reduction of age spots and blemishes
  • Acne scarring

Fractional lasers work by delivering light in an array of microbeams to the skin. These microbeams penetrate well below the epidermis and into the dermis, sparing the tissue surrounding the beams from damage. The tissue within these beams initiates a natural healing process that accelerates the formation of new, healthy tissue and the fractional treatment of the skin allows for faster healing with visible results in skin color, texture, tone, fine lines and wrinkles.

At Greenspring we feature three different Fractional Lasers, each designed for different depths of treatment to meet your specific rejuvenation needs and desired outcomes.

The Palomar Lux1540 Fractional™ Laser

The Palomar Lux1540 Fractional™ Laser is the latest generation in skin resurfacing technology. This fractional laser smooths fine lines and wrinkles, improves skin discoloration as well as offers mild skin tightening, but without the downtime or the mild-to-moderate redness associated with other skin resurfacing technologies.

Palomar™ fractional skin resurfacing treatments are effective only when performed in a series of sessions because each session treats only 20 to 25 percent of the skin. By treating just a percentage of the skin, the surrounding untreated skin drives the healing process, filling in the treated area with healthy, more youthful looking skin. The “fractional” treatment of the skin creates seamless, radiant skin without the unwanted side effects associated with other skin resurfacing technology

What to Expect From Treatments

Treatment expectations vary according to the laser and level of depth desired. Contact our staff for a free consultation to learn more.

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